Men's Basketball spartansportsnetwork.com —  Will Tieman asks Coach Izzo about finally playing a few games at home
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State is looking for a stalwart offensive tackle for the football recruiting class of 2018, and Ryan Hayes of Traverse City West has emerged as one of the best players in the state. The Spartans offered a scholarship to the the 6-foot-7, 255-pounder on Monday.
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Football isportsweb.com —  When you go from making the college football playoff to losing nine games, there is going to be more than just one thing that went wrong. The easy thing to say is that everything was bad, and while that is not necessarily a wrong answer, there are probably answers that are slightly more correct. So let’s dive into the numbers and see what they tell us about the debacle that was the 2016 Michigan State football team.
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Ice Hockey statenews.com —  After stunning then-No. 5 University of North Dakota during Thanksgiving weekend, the MSU hockey team will be tested in its last exhibition game of the season. The Spartans are scheduled to face off against the USA Hockey National Team Development Program for the fifth straight year at Munn Ice Arena.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  It’s time to unpack the bags, take a deep breath, exhale and examine. Michigan State’s arduous first month is over. The once-pertinent numbers of eight games, 22 days and 13,000-plus miles of travel are complete. They give way to new, important digits.
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Men's Basketball fanragsports.com —  Injuries to senior forward Gavin Schilling and grad-transfer Ben Carter had already thrown Michigan State’s Nick Ward onto the fast track of development. And because of that depleted frontcourt, the Spartans freshman had been all but forced to quickly adapt or risk falling behind the curve.
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Football mlive.com —  The season may have ended prematurely for Michigan State, but recruiting always starts right on time. Sunday marked the beginning of a NCAA contact period, meaning coaches can travel to visit recruits at their schools or homes. The means Spartans coaches spread across the country to visit prospects during the two-week window.
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Men's Basketball detroitnews.com —  Michigan State understood it was going to be tested through the first eight games this season, playing one of the toughest schedules in the country while traveling thousands of miles. It fully expected December would be one where it could take time to regroup and make a significant step forward with seven of eight games at home.
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Men's Basketball msuspartans.com —  Saturday’s game begins a a stretch of five straight games at the Breslin Center as the Spartans close out their non-conference season in December. Since the 2010-11 season, MSU is 43-3 at the Breslin Center in non-conference games.
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Men's Basketball spartansportsnetwork.com —  Will Tieman and Coach Izzo discuss Saturday's home game against Oral Roberts University
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Wrestling msuspartans.com —  Michigan State wrestling will kick off the Big Ten Conference portion of its schedule when the Spartans take their first 2-0 start to a season on the road to square off with No. 7 Nebraska as part of three matches on Saturday, Dec. 3 in Lincoln, Neb., at the NU Coliseum. After MSU tangles with Nebraska at 11 a.m. ET, the Spartans will face No. 25 Princeton at approximately 1 p.m. and Drexel at approximately 3 p.m. In addition to being non-conference matches, the Princeton and Drexel matches will start roughly 10 minutes after the preceding matches.
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Men's Basketball statenews.com —  After a 78-69 loss in Durham, N.C. to the Duke Blue Devils, the MSU basketball team fell to 4-4 on the season. This marks the first time since 2002 that the Spartans do not have a winning record at the end of November.
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Men's Basketball statenews.com —  MSU men’s basketball (4-4) will begin a five-game home stretch with a game against the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles (1-6) on Saturday. The Spartans will be without freshman forward Miles Bridges for a few weeks after injuring his ankle in a loss to No. 5 Duke, 78-69, in Durham, N.C. Bridges currently leads the Spartans in both points with 16.6 per game and rebounds with 8.8 per game.
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Football landof10.com —  There will be no bowl game for the Spartans for the first time since 2006 after they finished 3-9 this season and won just one Big Ten game. There was a seven-game losing streak, the longest for the program in 34 years, that flipped the script from a year ago when Michigan State beat Iowa in the Big Ten Championship Game and earned a berth in the College Football Playoff.
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Ice Hockey msuspartans.com —  It seems like it should be a fairly easy game. After all, the U.S. National Team Development Program's Under-18 team is made up players who are 17-years-old. For sure, they're also highly skilled and many will be elite college players in a few years.
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Football isportsweb.com —  The other day we looked at the offensive and defensive stats from the Michigan State football season to try and determine the major factors for why the Spartans fell so hard this year. In this piece, we are going to look at the decline of the special teams. Once a strength, they have quickly turned into one of the team’s weaknesses over the last several seasons.
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Football landof10.com —  The news of former Ohio State outside linebacker commit Antjuan Simmons’ decision to reopen his commitment was met with a flurry of excitement on Michigan State’s end. “Already Know Where To Come,” Spartans running back commit Weston Bridges said to Simmons on Twitter in the wake of the news. “We need one more ‘backer, and he’s it,” on source close to Michigan State told Land of 10.
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Track & Field onlyfans.cstv.com —  The Michigan State track & field team will begin the 2016-17 indoor season at the Grand Valley State University Holiday Open in Allendale, Michigan, at the Kelly Family Sports Center on Friday, Dec. 2.
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Football freep.com —  The Michigan State football coaching staff has been on the road and extending scholarship offers to several prospects this week. One player was 6-foot, 315-pound defensive tackle Cam Goode of St. Johns College in Washington, D.C. Coach Ron Burton is the primary recruiter for Michigan State in D.C., and Goode is a player he is hoping to land in the 2018 class. Other schools that have offered him include Pittsburgh and Wake Forest.
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Men's Basketball highschoolsports.mlive.com —  With shoes squeaking loudly on the upper-level gym floor at Clarkston High School, Foster Loyer runs around in his element during basketball practice. The newest Michigan State recruit in the 2018 class, Loyer looks like as much of a coach as he is a player among his teammates. He is constantly approaching his peers to correct them and helping them understand different situations. He even physically, although gently, moves them into place at times, all the while explaining what should be happening around them.
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